XAML Fundamentals for Web & Mobile: ListView

It’s 2022 and XAML on the Web is now as relevant on Mobile and Web as it traditionally was on Windows Desktops. Between 2005 and 2013, Beatriz Stollnitz authored a series of blogs that covered a variety of XAML fundamentals and became a treasure trove of resources for developers. As you can imagine much of the information has since become outdated and most of the code samples no longer work out of the box with the latest version of Visual Studio. Last year, Nick Randolph, an Uno Platform contributor, revived the almost 10-year-old WPF blog series on his .NET Travels, and we’re picking up where he left off. In this continued version of XAML Basics, we added a focus on Web and Mobile where XAML is now very applicable. We carry on the efforts of making the adjustments needed to bring each control up to date as well as provide equivalent examples that work to include XAML cross platform support via Uno Platform and WinUI to Web, iOS, macOS, Android and even Linux! ListView A sizable benefit which came during the early days of WinRT XAML was the refreshed ListView and GridView controls. Microsoft engineered these controls to be smooth